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On 11 November 2017, a male hatch-year Oporornis agilis (Connecticut Warbler) was killed by a Felis catus (Domestic Cat) in Scarborough, Cumberland County, ME. This specimen, housed in the University of New England ornithological collection, is the latest documented fall record of this species in North America.


Available here by permission of the publisher, Eagle Hill Institute. Originally published:

Perlut, N.G. Male Latest Documented Fall record of Oporornis agilis (Connecticut Warbler) in North America. Northeastern Naturalist 26(2):N12-N14. DOI: 10.1656/045.026.0212

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